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The Renaissance Mind Mirrored in Art
     

The Renaissance Mind Mirrored in Art

by Susan Fegley Osmond
 
This article outlines advances made during the Renaissance using examples in painting and sculpture. The Renaissance marked a point in time during which humans demonstrated a desire to critically analyze the world around them. As scientists and mathematicians began to revise their way of thinking, artists developed new ways to create. This article is part of a series,

Overview

This article outlines advances made during the Renaissance using examples in painting and sculpture. The Renaissance marked a point in time during which humans demonstrated a desire to critically analyze the world around them. As scientists and mathematicians began to revise their way of thinking, artists developed new ways to create. This article is part of a series, "Millennial Moments," also available as a collection from The World & I Online.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013935976
Publisher:
The World & I Online
Publication date:
03/06/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
25 KB

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